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    Hi first post here, been digging for about a year or so, not much of a collection yet.

    Been looking around for some nice local (dutch) records for a while now, coming up with common stuff like rogier van otterloo, chris hinze etc. but still looking for some more....

    Remember there was a funky Dutch Rhythm Steel Band record, but forgot the title somewhere...

    So anyone got tips on more stuff to check?

  • #2
    Originally posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (miep @ Mar. 28 2004,20:39)]Hi first post here, been digging for about a year or so, not much of a collection yet.

    Been looking around for some nice local (dutch) records for a while now, coming up with common stuff like rogier van otterloo, chris hinze etc. but still looking for some more....

    Remember there was a funky Dutch Rhythm Steel Band record, but forgot the title somewhere...

    So anyone got tips on more stuff to check?
    Hi there Miep - welcome to the VV board.

    Just out of interest, can you tell me which Rogier van Ottewloo LPs turn up most commonly in Holland? Does his 'Grijpstra en De Gier' OST turn up much?

    Many thanks!
    Barry Morgan's brother is a driving instructor

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    • #3
      Originally posted by [b
      Quote[/b] (Seventies Kid @ Mar. 28 2004,20:52)]Hi there Miep - welcome to the VV board.

      Just out of interest, can you tell me which Rogier van Ottewloo LPs turn up most commonly in Holland? Does his 'Grijpstra en De Gier' OST turn up much?

      Many thanks!
      'moods' and 'on the move' are pretty common, as are his collab albums with louis van dyke etc. 'Visions' is a little harder to find as is his 'let's go randstad' single. Have yet to see his 'grijpstra en de gier' album, so mi guess it's not that common.

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      • #4
        Hade, what dates and where are you in Holland? I'mgoing to the Low lands too!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by [b
          Quote[/b] (miep @ Mar. 28 2004,20:39)]Remember there was a funky Dutch Rhythm Steel Band record, but forgot the title somewhere...
          Someone has a couple of their albums on ebay at the minute with audio clips if you want to check out what they sound like. I never encounter much Dutch stuff. Apart from Pussycat of course. 'Do It' is still the bomb.

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          • #6
            The one with 'down by the river' is brilliant. Well that track is anyway.

            I love loads of dutch music. Things to look for :-

            Free - The Funky
            Swinging Soul Sensation -Through the eye (dutch mohawks )
            Fred Van Zegveld - Hammond Organ Dynamite (hard to find).
            Jack Van Poll - High Jackin'
            Jack Van Poll - Jackpot (Me want! Haaaard to get)
            The Dave Pike Set - Got the feeling (good luck with this one&#33
            www.thesoundlibrary.net <- Changed URL

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            • #7
              I don&#39;t have much but I would definately recommend Powerhouse by Casey &amp; The Pressure Group on Philips 1972? However, everytime I&#39;ve seen it, it goes for a bit of dough. Contains a tune called &#39;This is just the begining&#39; which is a massive hammond psych funk horn laden cut. Essential.

              There&#39;s also Ob-la-di Ob-la-da by The Rob Franken Organization who get touted with that Dutch Mohawks tag. It&#39;s also very expensive when it turns up... I have a reish/boot for trade if anyone wants it.

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              • #8
                Ive got some casey &amp; the pressure group 45&#39;s and I love them. I saw the lp once and I think it was 50 euro.
                www.thesoundlibrary.net <- Changed URL

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by [b
                  Quote[/b] (sermad @ Mar. 28 2004,21:49)]Swinging Soul Sensation -Through the eye (dutch mohawks )
                  would that be worth crossing half the country ?(no expenses though )

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by [b
                    Quote[/b] (sermad @ Mar. 28 2004,21:49)]The one with &#39;down by the river&#39; is brilliant. Well that track is anyway.

                    I love loads of dutch music. Things to look for :-

                    Free - The Funky
                    Swinging Soul Sensation -Through the eye (dutch mohawks )
                    Fred Van Zegveld - Hammond Organ Dynamite (hard to find).
                    Jack Van Poll - High Jackin&#39;
                    Jack Van Poll - Jackpot (Me want&#33; Haaaard to get)
                    The Dave Pike Set - Got the feeling (good luck with this one&#33
                    Do you rate that Swinging Soul Machine LP then? I find it to be very cheesy in a bland pop cod-rock way - only track which does it for me is &#39;It&#39;s An Ill Wind...&#39;
                    If this track was available on 45 the album would no longer exist in Castle Wolfe.
                    new SPOKE release: >>> SEE HERE <<< RKM LIBRARY BEATS

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                    • #11
                      I&#39;ve just played &#39;Through The Eye&#39; to appease my memory of this album and my initial thoughts were right - not much on it apart for &#39;It&#39;s An Ill Wind...&#39;
                      &#39;Spooky&#39;s Day Off&#39; is OK but that&#39;s available on 45.
                      This LP was the first AND ONLY record I bought off Recordgirl due to the embellished description.

                      Good Dutch stuff: agree with Casey &amp; The Pressure Group.
                      I&#39;m a massive fan of Dutch beat/psych too - especially Outsiders, Het, Q65
                      new SPOKE release: >>> SEE HERE <<< RKM LIBRARY BEATS

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                      • #12
                        There&#39;s a great Dutch psych/freakbeat box set (CD only, &#39;Nederbeat 1963 - 1969&#39 which I&#39;ve not got (yet) but seems a fair bet for names to look out for on the garage/psych/beat records tip...

                        Track Listings
                        1. Youre The Victor - Q65
                        2. Lying All The Time - Outsiders
                        3. Just Fancy - RO D YS
                        4. Please Go - Golden Earrings
                        5. Such A Cad - Les Baroques
                        6. Why Dont You Take It - The Motions
                        7. I Can See Your Face Again - Sandy Coast
                        8. Ill Go Crazy - Phantoms
                        9. Im So Proud - Rudy Bennett
                        10. Send Me A Postcard - Shocking Blue
                        11. Na Na Na - The Shoes
                        12. Dracula - ZZ And De Maskers
                        13. Another Day Another Road - Cuby And The Blizzards
                        14. Friday On My Mind - The Dukes
                        15. Mother No Head - Groep 1850
                        16. Ik Heb Geen Zin Om Op To Staan - HET
                        17. Cry Me A River - Hu And The Hilltops
                        18. Russian Spy And I - The Hunters
                        19. See See Rider - Johnny Kendall And The Heralds
                        20. Brand New Cadillac - De Maskers
                        21. Ann - Q65
                        22. Little Green Bag - George Baker Selection
                        23. Ive Been Loving You So Long - Outsiders
                        24. Meester Prikkebeen - Boudewijn De Groot
                        25. Sure Hes A Cat - The Cats
                        26. Touch - Outsiders
                        27. That Day - Golden Earrings
                        28. Ridin On The L And N - Bintangs
                        29. Not Just A Flower In Your Hair - After Tea
                        30. Cry In The Night - Q65
                        31. Youd Better Take Care Of Yourself - RO D YS
                        32. Subjects Of My Thoughts - Sandy Coast
                        33. Venus - Shocking Blue
                        34. Dont You Leave - Tee Set
                        35. Stoppin In Las Vegas - ZZ And De Maskers (Met Chubby Checker
                        36. Ben Ik Te Min - Armand
                        37. Everybodys Day - Bojoura
                        38. Ill Be Free - The Incrowd
                        39. You Cannot Leave The Past Behind - Blues Dimension
                        40. Dont You Cry For A Girl - The Shoes
                        41. Come - Toreros
                        42. In Your Life - The Tower
                        43. Hair - Zen
                        44. You Bother Me - The Motions
                        45. I Know - Les Baroques
                        46. Waterdrager - Boudewijn De Groot
                        47. Dark Rose - Brainbox
                        48. Stumble And Fall - Cuby And The Blizzards
                        49. Well Meet Again - Sandy Coast
                        50. From Now On - The Haigs
                        51. Wasted Words - The Motions
                        52. In My House - Golden Earrings
                        53. We Will Be There After Tea - After Tea
                        54. I Despice You Q65
                        55. When People Talk - Rob Hoeke
                        56. Capital Punishment - Sandy Coast
                        57. No Money For Roses - The Shoes
                        58. Tea Is Famous - Tee Set
                        59. Get Me Down - Zen
                        60. Shake Hands - ZZ And De Maskers
                        61. Zoek Je Zo Eenzelfde Verschijnsel Mens - Armand
                        62. Ken Je Dat Land - Boudewijn De Groot
                        63. Eight Days A Wek - Daddys Act
                        64. Never Die - The Haigs
                        65. Kejje Nagaan - HET
                        66. Something You Got - Hu And The Hilltops
                        67. Mr Tambourine Man - The Hunters
                        68. You Mistreat Me - Outsiders
                        69. You Cant Judge A Book By Looking At The Cover - Bintangs
                        70. Mighty Joe - Shocking Blue
                        71. The Life I Live - Q65
                        72. Morning Dew - The Whiskers
                        73. Baldheaded Woman - Jay Jays
                        74. Everything (Thats Mine) - The Motions
                        75. Working On A Tsjing Tsjang - Les Baroques
                        76. Keep On Trying - Outsiders
                        77. World Of Birds - Q65
                        78. Down Man - Brainbox
                        79. Things I Remember - Cuby And The Blizzards
                        80. Sound Of The Screaming Day - Golden Earrings
                        81. Its Gone - The Motions
                        82. Oh Baby Please - Rob Hoeke
                        83. Ill Cry - Roek Williams And The Fighting Cats
                        84. Sorry Shes Mine - Sandy Coast
                        85. Standing And Staring - The Shoes
                        86. You Better Start Running Away - Zen
                        87. Ik Heb Genoeg Van Jou - ZZ And De Maskers
                        88. Janosh (And His Big White Poodle) - The Hunters
                        89. Silky - Les Baroques
                        90. Three Is A Crowd - De Maskers
                        91. Saint James Infirmary - Johnny Kendall And The Heralds
                        92. Monkey On Your Back - Outsiders
                        93. Take Her Home - RO D YS
                        94. Celestial Dreams - Dragonfly
                        95. Long And Lonesome Road - Shocking Blue
                        96. Kicks And Chicks - Zipps
                        97. Seasons - Earth And Fire
                        98. Ive Just Lost Somebody - Golden Earrings
                        99. From Above - Q65

                        The ones I know of these are all good, so prospects for the rest seem promising&#33;
                        a giant steam-powered turntable in warwickshire plays six foot cement recordings of Prince Albert's speeches to the rejoicing populace

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                        • #13
                          I paid 10 euro for my swinging soul machine and was very happy. Its an ill wind that blows is the killer. Yep I have the 45 and spookys day off is ok. Not brilliant. I find all these records for naff all when Im at utrecht. They are pretty much euro bin common (the 45&#39;s are anyway).
                          www.thesoundlibrary.net <- Changed URL

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                          • #14
                            I all depends what you after some of those are &quot;kleinkunst&quot; dutch spoken folk ... (wich is ok if you speak it) but the music is dispointing..

                            Many people like Q65 but it&#39;s mostly poor rock in my book.
                            (and yes there&#39;s break a version of get out of my life.. )

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by [b
                              Quote[/b] (sermad @ Mar. 29 2004,11:28)]I paid 10 euro for my swinging soul machine and was very happy. Its an ill wind that blows is the killer. Yep I have the 45 and spookys day off is ok. Not brilliant. I find all these records for naff all when Im at utrecht. They are pretty much euro bin common (the 45&#39;s are anyway).
                              Intoxica have a copy of the 45:

                              Swinging Soul Machine Spookys Day Off/Nobody Wants Me (Polydor 56760), UK, 1969, wol, looks VG+, plays VG++: £75.00

                              We know when a mate buys it for you too.

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